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you for watching. ♪ >> children. >> you save. john: in 1984 has come to america. >> this big brother has done a lot greedier than george orwell thought it would never get. >> when you call grandma in nebraska the nsa knows. john: the president says you have nothing to worry about. >> nobody is listening to your
. [ cheers and applause ] captioning sponsored by comedy central >> john: welcome to the daily show. i am john oliver. still here. i am still here. in for jon stewart who is taking the summer off to follow his dream and work as a news model for the program at rutgers. very sexy. lovely light in that room. our guest tonight documentary film maker josh fox is here. [ cheers and applause ] very good. but let's get straight into it with this morning's historic news. >> breaking news from the supreme court. doma, the defense of marriage act, ruled unconstitutional. >> prop-the justices ruled 5-4 that opponents of same-sex marriage in california do not have the grounds to sue which clears the way for gay marriage in that state. >> john: yes. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ men and men and women and women ♪ we did it! we did it. well, technically the supreme court did it. but we watched. we watched. [ cheers and applause ] we watched them do it. this morning the supreme court struck down both the defense of marriage act and california's prop-8 amendment. a hugely exciting day and not just on the s
's willis report. have great you. >> now it is time for john stossel. >> do yo want to have a drink? a cigarette? make abet. a t of people want to keep here, protect you from yourself. the church of england wanted to purify the church. al, they were e big on individuals with pleasure and luxury being sinf. that is actually someone else's wife and i in that case they were put to death. their new campaigns against l sorts of other vices let's start with the law most all of yousay is good and needed. the law against drunk driving. drunkdrivers kill her into the federal gvernment with a hard limit on how much alcohol you could have your blood. is it set at the right level? i asked special correspondent kennedy to drink and drive. >> we a going to go thugh the course sober a then with alcohol and have you tried the drunk. >> it is my dream come true. los angeles county sheriff'sthe office, she had no trouble driving between cones and parking g between them. >> let the games bgin. >> she dank mimosa and then a tequiland then another mimosa. >> it is really shocking how little alcohol take
. appreciate it, audience thank you for watching. ♪ >> children. >> you save. john: in 1984 has come to america. >> this big brother has done a lot greedier than george orwell thought it would never get. >> when you call grandma in nebraska the nsa knows. john: the president says you have nothing to worry about. >> nobody is listening to your telephone calls. john: government officials do like. >> does the nsa collect any type of data at all? >> no. john: my fellow libertarians are mad at me. they say, i am not angry enough. >> you know, i don't think this is john stossel. i think it is an impostor. john: i'm angrier than she is. >> i don't mind. it's not like it will be on tmz. john: big brother and privacy. that's our show tonight. -7♪ >> and now john stossel. ♪ john: 65 years ago, that novel struck a chord. people feared the future would bring government spying on us through telescreens that were everywhere, even in our bedrooms. big brother was watching. when computers became popular people feared that the intnet would become government's way of controlling s. we libertarians said, no,
captioning sponsored by comedy central ( cheers and applause ) >> john: welcome to "the daily show"! i am john oliver still -- still sitting in for jon stewart. jon stewart was out hiking and now has his arm caught under a boulder. (laughter) don't worry, we have sent a rescue team to bring him a swiss army knife so he can cut his arm off. (laughter) our guest tonight, comedian and author jim gaffigan is here. (cheers and applause) he has a book called dad is fat. but first tonight congress in the a three way tie for least popular branch of government. (laughter) however they may be about to accomplish-- and i know it sounds improbable-- something. (laughter) specifically immigration reform which suddenly has support even from republicans and for all the right reasons. >> we're in a demographic death spiral as a party and the only way we can get back in the good graces with the hispanic community in my view is comprehensive immigration reform. >> john: and i, lindsey graham, say to you the hispanic community, we choose to help you not because we want to but because mathematically w
nijoining us.eel have a great weekend. we will see you back here on monday. >> now it is time for john stossel. >> do you want to hve a drink? a cigarette? make a bet. a lot of people wan to keep here, protect you from yourself. the chch of england wanted to purify the church. also, they werbig on inviduals with plsure a luxury being snf. that is actually someone else's wife and i in that case they were put to death. their new campaigns against all sorts of other vices. let's start with the law most all of you say is good and needed. the law against drunk driving. drunk drivers kill her into the federal government with a hard limit on how much alcoh you could have your bloo is it seat the right level? i asked special correspoent kennedy to drink and drive. >> we are going to o through the course sober and then with cohol and have you tried the drunk. >> it is mdream come true. >> under the supervision of the los angeles county sheriff's office, she had no trouble drivinbetween cones and parking between them. >> let the ames begin. >> she drank a mimosa and then a tequila and then anoth
at and stay relevant. >> we're going to see that anered. you. >> now it is time for john stossel. >> do you want to have a dri? a garette? make a bet. a lot of people want to keep here, protect you from yourself. thchur of england wanted t purify the churc also, they were big on individuals with peasu and luxury being sinful. that is actually someone else's wife and i in that case they were put to death. their new campaigns against all sorts of other vices let's start with the lawost all of you say is good and needed. the w against drunk driving. drunk drivers kill her into the fedel government with a hard limit how much alcohol you could have your blood. is it set at the right level i asked special correspondent nnedy to drink and drive. >> we are going to go through the course sober and then with alcohol and have you tried the drunk. >> it is my dream come true. >> under the supervision of the los geles county sheriff's office, she had no trouble driving betweecones and parkinbetween them. >> let the games begin. >> she dank a mimosa and hen a tequila and then another mimosa. >> it isre
the people. >> up next, why i had to do this. >> wait, stop. i can >> john: the fact that american police tell little kids they don't have the proper permits to do this, made me wonder, what does it take to open a lemonade stand legally in america. >> they directed me to this website. >> this is supposed to make life simple. >> they make it easy, except, what? >> there was unintelligible questions. >> what is an assistant. >> an employee identification number. >> the government said i needed to take a 15 hour protection class to sell lemonade. >> i don't have a bicycle. >> and then an exam and wait weeks to find out if i passed. then i would buy a government approved fire extinguisher. it could take months, forget it. so i did it without a permit. max's lawyer gave me the okay. i didn't sell anything. i had to give every refunds. first, the customers thought it was crazy. many once had their own lemonade stands. >> did you have to get a license? >> i'm in canada and i can't let you drink this. >> there are so many rules, i'm not allowed to sell this to you. >> i didn't have time to get al
with jon stewart. [ cheers and applause ] captioning sponsored by comedy central >> john: welcome to the daily show. i am john oliver. still here for jon stewart who is currently in moscow or ecuador or on a flight somewhere or escaped from the national zoo. we don't know. we don't know at this point. my guest tonight, actress maggie gyllenhaal is here. [ cheers and applause ] but first, but first tonight, money, money, money, money, money! you might remember five years ago when banks nearly destroyed the world. do you remember thinking, i couldn't get any more pissed off at financial institutions than i am right now. well, you're about to get [bleep]. >> bombshell emails reportedly show how two big credit rating agencies accepted cash in exchange for green-lighting the risky practices that got us into this long mess. one s&p official reportedly emailed, "let's hope we are all wealthy and retired by the time this house of cards faulters." and another quote, "lord help our expletive scam. this has to be the stupidest place i have worked at." >> john: by the way just incidentally i'
[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> john: good evening. the supreme court kills the homophobic defense of marriage act. and it's worth mentioning all four supreme court justices who voted to keep doma are all men who wear long black dresses. and the filibuster that would stop the ban in texas state. we'll point out how jesus was anti-death penalty but never mentioned abortion. but that's only if you believe what is in the bible. and the daily show creator and emmy winner rick overton. today is the birthday of derek jeter and mick jones of the clash, and it is the ten-year anniversary of the supreme court ruling that sodomy laws are unconstitutional. i'm so happy i'm going to go straight marriage. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> john: good evening i'm john fugelsang. thank you so much for joining us. this is "viewpoint." so how often do you get to say the supreme court handed down two important decisions today and the crowd went wild? [ cheering ] >> john: i haven't seen people that happy since the supreme court made milli vanilli give back the grammy. the crowd ruled after th
seek a third consecutive term. >> john: hold ohold on. so the most serrifying super villain on the world stage has been brought to his knees by term limits? ( laughter ) that means he technically had less power than michael bloomberg. ( cheers and applause ) incidentally, that is a contrast that would upset ahmadinejad for so many reasons. now, you might remember the last election in 2009 in iran didn't go too well. so brace yourself, everyone. >> iran has a new president-elect, a moderate cleric, nabbing more than 50% of the vote. >> john: wait, really? ( laughter ) a moderate? so the people in iran have spoken, supreme leader ayatollah khomeini's days are numbers. >> it's iran's supreme court leader who has ultimate power and it was his guardian council of clerics who preapproved the six candidates. >> john: i get it. these days are technically still numbered, just in the thousands. you can imagine what it must be like to vote in an election where the candidates are preapproved by a small handful of religious conservatives with vastly inflated power. ( cheers and applause
w every single day over there. "viewpoint" is next. bye bye. he [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: nancy pelosi was heckled at an event this weekend. i told her not to open with a medley of meatloaf songs. she didn't listen. and why a progressive caucus can be a tough room. we'll talk with the great ben of the ben & jerry's about politics and money which is the chunky monkey of our democracy. and refuseing to publicize kick ass ii. i'm still waiting for that apology from batman forever. and mcfleetwood of fleetwood mac, michelle lee, and robocop and one more thing the texas state representative was able to make a crazy comment about rape kit because she brought along with hero offensive statement kit. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: ben and jerry's likes our theme oh song. i'm john fugelsang and this is "viewpoint." democracy in america is on the march. you thought we had democracy in america already? in a country where affirmative right to vote is not established in the constitution, but the right to make unlimited campaign contributions is, the ever-rising cost of
next, and cenk is back on monday. thanks, turk, had a great time. >> thank you. >> john: we'll be joined by michael tomasky of "newsweek" and the "daily beast." julian assange of wikileaks is helping nsa leaker edward snowden as much as he can from his asylum in the ecuadorian embassy. after staying there over a year, i hope he likes ecuadorian food. we'll be joining his lawyer in studio next. our special panel of comedic nonexperts, tonight we play a game of the men who will never ever be president! and in tonight's f bomb commentary we'll explore the anti-gay conservatives who oppose the supreme court's rulings on gay marriage and why they're the real drama queens. today is the birthday of kelly ayotte vera wang and j.j. abrams who gets to make all of the new "star trek" films and "star wars" films. i've got a bad feeling about this. this is "viewpoint." >> john: i'm john fuglesang. this is "viewpoint." thank you for joining us tonight. president obama played down the global chase for nsa leaker edward snowden today on a visit to senegal saying he hasn't called the preside
everyone was a spy. we do with that culture. if has a damaging effect. john: i made a list of 100 things i hate more or as much as the nsa. you believe in liberty is their worst they do data mining than employee 22 mmllion that where the kids go to school or a $17 trillion deficit, passing dog frank, a bailout, how much can we be angry about? >> it is all bad bet with direct violation and someone tries to infringe on the fourth amendment those are serious threats in more serious thannthe financial exploitation fifth government is involved in. it is true it is bloated i have been no bigger advocate to but we have to look at our civil liberties reid fatah revolution in the 1700's because of civil liberties violations. john: then we got the fourth amendment because british soldiers go into people's homes to search your most private space. how is looking for patterns like that? >> the problem is the legal theory that any time you use a third-party provider in those papers are electronics so most from modern times that the government uses the false logic fact is available to the public the gove
>> john: thank you, turk. the supreme court decides the voting rights act is a constitutional threat to getting more republicans elected. it is a great day in the history of the white folks who say it soo racism, it's state's rights and we're joined to talk about it by both congresswoman sheila jackson lee and jesse jackson. corn congressman has an idea on the mind your own business act. he may be slightly opinionated. >>> and what's nsa leaker snowden and clapper have in compon? they both broke the law but one told the truth while one told a lie. guess which one is wanted for treason. >> this is the birthday of the late orwell, sonia sotomayor and george michael turns 50 years old today which means he's old enough to be hit on in the bushes of george michael. the first live international tv broadcast was aired called our world and it featured artists from 19 different countries including maria kalas and picasso viewed by a record 400 million people and the deals along with friends jagger, performed a brand new tune written especially by john lennon for the broadcast called "a
to it welcome to everybody. okay john, a wildweek. what does it mean to our you viewers? >> what i think this means to our viewers is they should be very concerned going into monday morning. we've had will an ermous run up over the last few month, even the last year. and people have a lot of profits on the table. what we're seeing right now is a lot of the artificial stimulation the market has gotten by ben bernanke's policies, it's starti to come to and our fund feels like the stock marke right now has a correction in mind somewhere in the 5% to 7%range over the next quarter. i could look for somewhere in the course of this week about 1,000 points to the down side. was a retail investor, had some profits, i wou go into monday morning thinking let me take some profits off the table, if the bubble starts to burst, there will be great oprtunities down the line. but the evailing opinion is always sell it in may and go away. we're in june. if you haven't sold yet, i'd be selling monday. >> 1,000 points. gary, are you buyi or selling? >> well, first of all, john just scared the heck out of me
donnelly and took john. - are you injured? - no, i'm just handcuffed. - you have to focus now. find the keys. - okay, wait. w-w-wait. hello? - detective, did anyone see you with john and agent donnelly? - i don't think so. - then you need to get out of there now. - i can't just flee a crime scene, finch. - i understand, joss, but things will get a lot more complicated if you don't. - listen, finch, the woman who ambushed us, i think it was his partner from the cia. the one that snow said was dead. finch! - yes, i'm aware of who she is. now go, detective. kara stanton. what is it that you want? - welcome back, john. - kara. i thought you were-- - dead? i wasn't very good at it. of course, neither were you. our friend here, on the other hand, who sent us to kill each other, i suspect he'll be great at it. - john. - mark. - looks just like mine. welcome to the party. - i know that look you get, john. right before you do something disruptive. [phone beeps] you may not care about yourself, but you've got enough semtex duct-taped to you to spread a lot of misery around. and before you thi
year when i march across the bridge in selma, alabama with our great warrior, congressman john lewis, who really sacrificed so much for justice and for freedom. truly, our votes are the bedrock of our democracy. thank you and i yield. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. for what purpose does the gentlelady from wyoming seek recognition? mrs. lummis: permission to address the house for one minute. the chair: the gentlelady is recognized. mrs. lummis: today in the oversight and government reform committee we heard from border officials that the border is not secure or more specifically, we heard no response when we asked, is the border secure or not, and they would not answer yes and they would not answer no. the american people have been asking for a secure border before we engage in comprehensive immigration reform for years. and the fact that this administration, and quite frankly previous administrations have not secured the border, makes it premature to address the senate bill here in the house. comprehensive immigration reform must be preceded by a secure border.
the day she married her husband, john, is the day that john picked up some strange new habits. john, all of a sudden, went to sleep fully dressed, even wore his shoes. and instead of sleeping next to ingrid, he now sleeps next to four secret cell phones that he won't let her touch. and when he wakes up, he disappears all day long. but john says he is at the library. ingrid thinks he is out cheating. >> i've been through so much in my life. i have been lied to. i have been cheated on. when i met john he promised that he would treat me like a queen and that he would never do me wrong. we got married and a couple of weeks later everything changed. he has four cell phones. and he sleeps with them. i can't even look at them or touch them or nothing. he don't touch me, or look at me. my fear is he got some woman pregnant, and if he does, i am not taking care of another baby. i can't do it. i love him so much, he calls me fat. i need to find out is he cheating on me, because if he is, i'm leaving. [ cheers and applause ] >> you feel all alone? >> yes, i really do. he leaves home at 7:00 in the
an argument. >> we have our study and you have yours. >> it was the national research service. >> john, the growth was estimated 2.4 percent and the latest figure 1.8 percent and a tremendous drop. how much did tax hikes play in that? >> they don't help. taxes are a price and a penalty placed. if you want more you reduce the levee. we should still reduce them because tax cuts enhance our liberty. >> that's one reason, don't they bill, enhance productivity. >> my colleagues are proposing a phony tax cut. that means it is paid for not reducing the size of government but running government up on a credit card. phony tax cuts stimulate nothing and have a psychological affect making businesses and consumers thinking we are going the way of greece and no hiring and no spending. >> emac, there is nothing phony about a tax cut. i don't know what a phony tax cut is. this is a tax cut. this is what we are recommending. >> of course, it would help. none other than john f. kennedy said it would help. u.s. news and world report were so astonished with the canadian tax cuts. they put on the cover. k
fugitive who no longer circumstance john mack ave is -- mcavy is here. >> i am neil cavuto. i don't know if snowden plans to make youtube videos, if he does my next guest could give him a few tip, john mac john mcafee kw to make an impression. not bad for a guy who has been out of mcafee, and out of the loop. that was before murder in belize, mcafee said authorities there were trying to pin on him. and a daring escape from that country that might make vladimir putin proud, because putin is doing his best to keep snowden from getting back to the u.s., and mcafee did all he could to get back to the u.s., from fleeing guatemalla. and throughout mcafee has insisted he is no murderer, where snowden insists he is no spy. that is where it ends. >> my name is john mcafee, i am the founder of the mcafee an virus company, although i have had nothing to to with this company for 15 years, i still have volumes of mail asking how do i uninstill this software, i have no idea. i know what to do, believe me -- i've got the solution right he here. neil: top that snowden. the read on a man on the run from
and abc television networks before starting her television career and next is john. i met john about 10 years ago when he was starting off and had this crazy idea of operating a training center for public defenders and he did. he's no now the president and founder and one of the contributors to gideon's army, he's from john marshall law school where he teaches law and criminal procedure. he was in the post katrina and new orleans center. he trained people in the film. he received an advocacy fellowship and named a public interest fellow by harvard law school. next we have maurice call well. he was convicted in the housing project here in san francisco. there was no physical evidence linking him to the crime yet he was still convicted based on the false testimony of a single neighbor. he was sentence to life behind bars. in prison mr. colwell contacted the center for help and located two witnesses who saw the murder and said mr. colwell was not involved in anyway. they located the real killer who confessed and he committed the murder. that man is serving a life sentence for a subsequen
's john, a young -- he's 16 when you meet him? >> 15. >> yeah, he's 15 years old, and what's interesting is 40% of the population is under 18 which has a number of implications, but one of which is obviously that notion of nation's history is very compact and do not experience the struggle, and the other part, of course, in south africa, like so many other countries has been hit by the globalization of their economy and so it's led to, as it has here, this incredible divide between those who have and those who don't, and those who don't tend to be the young people, and john is this young boy who when you meet him is essentially homeless. >> yeah. he's living on the street, sleeping in an alley when i first meet him, having run away from a township nope as atlantis, not the mere rack cue louse place, but a real place part of the formal process of appartide, removing people, eliminating the black spots from places like cape town, and people were pushed out, in this case, about 40 miles away from cape town, concentrated in areas where there was no industry and the rest of it, so we understa
. he's been voting basically the way john kerry would have voted and been keeping the seat warm for the dually elected next u.s. senator from massachusetts who has been chosen by the voters of massachusetts today. again, the polls close the an hour and a minute ago. we'll keep you posted as we get senate, on the house side of capitol hill today, today was the day when they had to make a decision about stan musial, the baseball player who played for the st. louis cardinals. quite possibly one of the greatest hitters of all-time. baseball legend. a legendary hitter, a legendary gentleman, legendary nice guy. for 22 years, stan the man played for just one team. played for the cardinals. he loved the cardinals and his fans loved him for it. a few months ago stan musial passed away. there's a new bridge being built. and st. louis which is the home of stan musial's st. louis cardinals, st. louis sits on the mississippi river and when it came time to propose a name for the new bridge, missouri lawmakers agreed that this new bridge should be called the stan musial bridge. should be name
is john constantly calling the police. it's all public record. or why is daniel hennessy making claims and running away and why is this going on. i spent more time in this room under public comment talking about these on going problems. i went up to rebecca quill twice because in 2005, howard made a mistake. he said, call me and i will tell you if there is a quorum. lucky me, kathy barnes who told me to always leave a paper trail and always follow up with a paper trail. this woman accused me of stalking her. he did not appear in criminal court. i commuted for two years on that from new york. if i can quickly go through these violations, according to the blue book there is supposed to be minor and major violations. for minor violations and i'm talking about this blue book which is online. the first one by mail, it might be verified t photograph. the second morning would be calling in for a hearing where you would have a rebuttal period and then the 3rd one, i don't want where it would be. these are minor violations which i cannot even verify. i don't even see any proof of them but i d
, a bigger audience. for for some reason people liekdz it. >> rose: we conclude with john hendricks, the founder of the discovery channel and the chairman of discovery communications. he's written a new memoir about that. >> and so when i was in college at the university of alabama in hurstville, i was a work study student in the history department, which i was majoring in, and one of my jobs was to get 16-millimeter films for the faculty members to use in the classroom. so in my little cubicle i had catalog of all these wonderful documentaries, and so when cable-- i had the question, even at 21 years old, i-- to myself-- "why can't this be on television?" i wanted to see all of these documentaries. >> rose: the supreme court on same-sex marriage. bill hader on "saturday night live." and john hendricks on the discovery channel. coming up. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. captioning sponsored by >> rose: today, has been a historic day at the u.s. supreme on the last day of their term. the justices ruled on two major
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to hear that sobbing and weeping on television. >> yep. >> bill: hey coming up, john fuglesang on a thursday. coming in with his take on the news of the day. host of "viewpoint," of course, here on current tv. congressman peter welsh from vermont will be joining us from vermont's one and only member of congress. he'll be joining john nichols bureau chief fore the "nation" magazine who will be in studio with us as a "friend of bill." lots of exciting stuff coming up. but first... of. >> this is the "full court press." >> other headlines making news on this thursday, the new england patriots took the opportunity yesterday during the breaking news of supreme court decisions to quietly dump the news that they were releasing their star tight end aaron hernandez after he was arrested and charged with murder a week after the body of a friend was found near his home. hernandez was quite a career, played in the 2009 bcs national championship for florida was crofted by the pats in 2010, made it to the pro bowl two years into his nfl career and was in the middle of a five-year, $40 millio
governor john kasich said can use a line-item veto to strike the antiabortion measures in the budget but that's seen as a very unlikely outcome. he has to sign the budget one way or another by this sunday night. the angle, of course, is the same in ohio as it was in alabama and mississippi before their trap laws were blocked by the courts, and the same as it is in texas to shut town abortion clinics. the lesson is unmistakable. this assault on women's reproductive rights unceasing, but it is also devilishly generative. there's no end in the creative ways in which conservatives can and will and are engineering workarounds to deny women rights guaranteed by the supreme court in roe v. wade 40 years ago. joining me, ohio state senator nina turner, a democrat who represents district 25 which includes cleveland. senator, my first question for you is how did these provisions end up in a budget? >> chris, only god knows. they put the provisions in like thieves in the night, like cowards that they are. they didn't even have the decency to have their anti-woman legislation stand alone so we c
with steve and rick and rich and elizabeth and sabrina and john. john, should customers like us be able to sue in >> yes, we should be. companies should not be helping the federal government to snoop on us. we have to ask ourselves how much liberty we are willing to give up in order to create the false illusion of security. to live in a fro society, risks are involved. the risks are worth to to have what we have. >> steve, if i am buying a service and i don't want them to share the service with the government should i be able to sue them if they do it against my will? >> companies for a impossible position. if they help out the government they are snooping on privacy. if they don't help out the government they are helping terrorist. the focus should be on the government and l abuses, don't bring in companies that are doing the best and caught in an impossible position. >> sabrina, the government made some of the companies their partners. >> we are taking a giant step to national socialism if our companies claim immuneitty. the government doesn't need to own the means of production for u
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